Question about GE Ovens
To resolve the issue you'll need to check the glow bar and the igniter. Also, make sure the gas valve has some current coming to it so that it can allow gas to enter, use a multimeter to check the continuity of the valve. As igniter gets old its resistance decreases and it doesn't allow the gas valve to open. Aslo, check the temperature sensor for 1100 ohms with a multimeter. Surface igniters do weaken with time and generates less heat if they are too old. Hope this helps... Please post back with model# if you need more information.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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